Was sold property and seller is trying to get me for abandenment
Sorry - I really don't understand your question enough to answer it. You need to state more details and particularly state what type of property we are talking about.See question
Our parenting plan stipulates, "Mother will provide Father w/ the names & phone numbers of health care providers for child & thereafter, Father will be responsible for maintaining contact w/ them." My child's mother won't provide this informati...
Why don't you try the easy way first. Contact your child's prior medical providers and see if they have been contacted by any other doctors for copies of the medical records. Often times a new doctor will ask the prior doctor to send over chart notes so they can see what has happened in the past. You might also try going to your child's school and asking to see the school records which should include any physicals or vaccination records that were sent to the school. You can also just ask your child where they go to the doctor when they come to visit.
If you still need information, you can go to the court and make a motion to modify parenting time just to add a stipulation or order stating that the mother needs to provide you with medical contact information for your child.See question
My moms boyfriend of 9 years pass away unexpectedly 3 days ago.there is no will that we know of.she has paid for half of there car payment since they got the car 6 months ago even though her name is not on the car (they split all bills in half) is...
Without marriage or a will, your mother had no inheritance rights. She may have property rights in the car or other property if she can produce written documentation that there was sometime of business relationship. She could possibly claim a domestic partnership and property rights through that claim. However, unless the heir or heirs are willing to agree or negotiate, she has to establish her rights through some type of litigation against the boyfriend's estate. She might want to talk to a lawyer about all of this and figure out her best options.See question
I had a child with a man who didnt want kids. He even told me to get someone else to adopt him so he wouldnt have to take responsibility. He isnt even on the birth certificate...so i picked his name and did the BC in the hospital..so he has my las...
Ms. Hall is correct. The birth certificate stays as it currently is unless and until the court orders a name change. If both you and the father agree to the name change, then you can jointly petition the court for the name change and it is a fairly easy process. If you don't agree, then the father can Petition but you can object. Or it can just stay the way it is. When your child is 18, your child can change their name legally to anything they want. At this point dad sounds a little bit flaky so I would just wait and see what happens and don't worry about it. Keep in mind that when your child gets to be school age, your child's friends may very likely give your child some simply nick name which may be used more then the name on the birth certificate.See question
While incarcerated I was assigned a top bunk that was not reasonably accessible. I made the jail staff aware that I was being injured each time I climbed up. I told 3 separate officers about my injuries and my inability to access my bed. There was...
Does "while incarcerated" mean that you are no longer incarcerated? Then you no longer have the bunk issue. Not sure when this occured, but in Oregon you have to send the government agency responsible for your injury a tort claims notice no later then 6 months (180 days) after the injury occurred or you lose your right to sue forwever. So even if you are not sure you will bring a claim, you need to talk to an attorney about sending a proper tort claims notice letter now, to preserve your right. If it has been more then 6 months since this all happened, you may be out of luck, although there may be enough in your prior communications with the jail and the staff to constitute sufficient notice, hard to say.
Once you have the proper tort claims notice issued, they you have up to two years from teh date of injury to bring a lawsuit or settle. However, inmates make all sorts of claims all the time and the State of Oregon will not roll over easily and start offering money. These are very hard cases to bring and it may be hard to find an attorney willing to take your case. I had one of these cases years ago and by the time I was done, I made about 1 cent per hour I spent. I can't comment on your particular case because I don't know all the facts. You should certainly go and talk to a local attorney. Just be aware that inmate cases are harder and less profitable then most personal injury cases so be prepared to shop around until you find an attorney willing to take your case.
Also, it is hard to see how you having an upper bunk caused stress injuries to both of your feet. It is also hard to link the upper bunk with a UTI. I understand that you went to the bathroom less frequently but that still should not have caused a UTI if you voided completely and drank plenty of water when you could. The defense is going to do a thorough review of your medical records and look for other possible causes of your UTI and may also argue that it simply isn't related.See question
At the end of March I was bitten by my neighbors dog in my yard at night. When the dog bit on me I was unaware that it was in my yard. It bit me twice; once on my butt, and one on the thigh, before I got back into my house. Their insurance co...
This was 4 months ago - the only question I have is why have you waited this long to get an attorney? Get an attorney.See question
My child and I moved from another state about 6 years ago. The parenting plan never got signed by the judge. There is a open case for child support in the state that we moved from.
You and the other parent are free to have an informal parenting plan, however this can be very problematic if you have problems in the future. Also it isn't clear if there is at least an order giving you custody. At a minimum you need an order or judgment giving you custody so if you don't have that established you need to get that done.
If custody was previously issued, then that court continues to have jurisdiction until the case is formally transferred. . If custody hasn't yet been ordered, then you can file in Oregon to both establish custody and do a parenting plan.See question
she was recently married here in the USA to a US citizen ( not the father ) and is filing for status change with USCIS. As long as she stays here and does not flee the country, does she retain custody until otherwise determined in a family court...
The US Constitution protects all people in any proceeding in the US, documented or undocumented, and this includes the constitutional right of a biological parent to raise their child. The relative rights between the two biological parents can be determined by a family law court that has jurisdiction over the location where the child is currently living. The father can petition to have his paternity established and have set time to spend with the child, called parenting time. This may or may not result in a change of custody. How the parenting time will work if the mother is awarded custody and then leaves the US is up to the courts. However it would appear that the mother is trying to become a permanent resident so the issue may resolve itself with both parents remaining here in the US and sharing the parental responsibilities and expenses of raising the child. The biological father should be aware that once they establish paternity they will be on the hook to pay child support until the child is 18 years old, and possibly until the child is 21 years old if the child stays in school. So the father needs to be ready to take on that financial burder.See question
These are low life thieves about suspects before a conviction? Several other false statements have been aired and printed where an ALLEGED burglary suspect is now charged with robbery. The press never mentioned a Gun was brandished and suspect sh...
Statements made by a sheriff to a news reporter don't have anything to do with what a Judge will do in a custody trial. First of all, there are no jury trials in family court. A Judge would have to objectively consider all facts presented in the trial, and statements made previously out of court are inadmissible hearsay, particularly "opinions" such as the statements you are quoting. Furthermore, we don't even know if what the new reporter is writing is even an accurate quotation of what was actually said, and it could have been taken out of context.
The first amendment protects new reporters considerably in their efforts to report news. However, there are limits in that they can't knowingly report false statements. But quoting what someone's opinion is, isn't going to be reporting a false statement. Opinion are just that, the opinion of the speaker. Whether it is based on truth or not, it is still their opinion and to that extent it is accurate to report what that person said.
But getting back to how new reports relate to legal matters. The only concern I would have is in a criminal matter if you have a jury trial. Your defense attorney could use the new paper articles to show the Judge that, due to the publicity your arrest was given in the newspapers, it will be hard to find unbiased jurors in the local area to convene as a jury for your case. What happens then is that the case is moved to another jurisdiction where the jury pool is not tainted. However a lot could happen before your case gets to the stage of a jury trial. It would be best to first meet with your criminal defense attorney and discuss these issues.
I would imagine any related custody/family law issues will be decided after the criminal matter has been disposed of, although there may need to be proceedings to determine where the children will be placed temporarily. If your children have been removed from your custody pending a criminal matter, you will be entitled to an additional court appointed attorney to assist you with the custody proceedings. So discuss this matter with your custody attorney and focus more on what the known facts are in your criminal case then the public opinion based on a newspaper article, which will carry little weight in this type of proceeding.See question